Unlisted Profile > Duplicate Profile?

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In adding a mid-twentieth century person, I was, as always, taken to the page that asks you to consider whether a profile has already been created for that person and offering persons with similar names. Two of the suggestions were "unlisted". I don't know how to assess whether this is the same person, perhaps being entered by a person I'm not aware of researching the same family. As far as I could tell, there was no link to contact the profile manager (even anonymously). So I went ahead and created a new profile.

s there someway to contact the manager of the unlisted profile and ask, possibly avoiding duplicate profile (and meeting new cousins)?
in Genealogy Help by Ellen Curnes G2G6 Mach 6 (70.0k points)

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Hi Ellen,

Sorry, there is not. Since the Profile Managers have locked it up completely they want total privacy for the profile. (The utility of having Unlisted profiles come up in search/match results is questionable, I know.)

Chris
by Chris Whitten G2G Astronaut (1.3m points)

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